Jose Calderon

Schmeelk: The Knicks' Season Is Finally, Thankfully Over — Now The Rebuild BeginsThe ping-pong balls bounce in May. The draft happens in June. Free agency starts in July. The Knicks need to do well in all three. The rebuild starts now.
Schmeelk: 5 Interesting Knicks Notes As Nightmarish Season Rolls OnWith all Knicks games more or less meaningless at this point, all there is left to discuss is next season, and other amusing or infuriating side issues.
Carmelo Anthony Undergoes Knee Surgery; Knicks Look To FutureThe partnership that had so much promise but such limited success lasted just four years before the high-scoring forwards went in separate directions: Amar'e to Dallas, Anthony to the operating table.
Schmeelk: Maybe Derek Fisher Can Coach After AllWhile winning some games might cost the Knicks some ping-pong balls come draft time, it proves their coach might just be able to become a winner in the long-term.
Schmeelk: Knicks Orchestrating The Great Tank Of 2015This is not Team Titanic or Tritanic. The ship isn't sinking. It is being scuttled. The Knicks are tanking, and tanking the old-fashioned way: with gross incompetence.
Santa Schmeelk Hands Out His Annual Christmas Gifts To The KnicksAs the annual tradition goes, Santa Schmeelk is coming to town and presenting the Knicks with some gifts to help them get through this usually joyous, but now painful time of year.
Schmeelk: Trading Tyson Chandler Ended Up Being The Wrong MoveThe real reason the trade has been such a disaster has nothing to do with either Chandler or Jose Calderon’s performances. It's about cap space.
Schmeelk: Wins Aren't There, But Knicks' Offense Is Slowly EvolvingAs the Knicks continue to sputter through the regular season -- and likely to another lottery season -- there has been hidden progress within the losses on the offensive side of the ball.
Knicks Forced To Make Due Without Calderon For Next 2-3 WeeksComing off a bad loss to start the season, the Knicks were dealt another setback on Thursday.
Schmeelk: In Transition Season, Knicks Will Finish Over .500 And Make PlayoffsI’m landing the Knicks at 43-39, getting the eighth and final seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. It will be a good start to the Jackson and Fisher era.
Schmeelk: 10 Questions That Will Determine The Knicks' SuccessHere are the 10 things that will determine the Knicks' success this season, in order of importance.
Schmeelk: What To Do, What To Do? Breaking Down The Knicks' Lineup OptionsThe only starters that appear certain are Carmelo Anthony (likely at small forward) and Jose Calderon. The other positions all seem to be, potentially, up for grabs.